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Department of History

Dr. Dahlia Bhattacharya

Dr. Dahlia Bhattacharya


M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Life Member- Paschim Banga Itihas Samsad, Member- IndianHistory Congress, Institute of Historical Studies, Indian Institute of Oriental Studies and Research.


Contact Addresses:

Contact No.
+91- 9434167083 (M)
Address(office)
Department of History, University of North Bengal, P.O.-NBU, Dist. Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin-734013, India.
e-Mail
dahliapost@gmail.com

Subject Specialization: Modern Indian History

Areas of Research Interest: Diaspora Studies, Gender studies, and regional history.

No. of Ph.D. students:    (a) Supervised: Nil       (b) Ongoing: 01

No. of M.Phil. students: 09

No. of Publications:        (a) Journal(s) : 10        (b) Books Authored: 02        (c) Journals Edited: 02        (d) Book Chapters: 02

Achievement & Awards:

Professional Experiences:

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Selective List of Publications:

            Articles in Edited Books:
  1. Indian Diaspora and women : A quest for an Identity in Colonial and Post-colonial times, in Maya Ghosh edited Towards Engendering Development ,Centre for Women’s Studies, NBU,2011
  2. The Rajbanshi Kshatriya Movement : A Study of Caste Mobilisation in North Bengal during the Colonial times, in Anita Bagchi & Dahlia Bhattacharya edited Omnibus of North Bengal: The History and Culture of the Hills and the Plains , Vol –I, B.R.Publication , New Delhi, 2013.

    Edited Books/Journals:

  3. Associate Editor, Karatoya , North Bengal University Journal of History , March 2011, Volume -4.
  4. Editor,Karatoya ,Journal of History ,March 2015,Volume -8
  5. Associate  Editor of Book - Omnibus of North Bengal ,History of the Culture and Society of the Hills and Plains, Volume - I &II ,2013. B.R.Publication, New Delhi.
  6. Editor of Book-A March towards Awakening : Glimpses of Women Empowerment in India, Ayur Publication, New Delhi, (In press)

    Papers in Journals:

  7. Rethinking the role of the Nepalese of Darjeeling Hills in the Indian National Movement (1906-1947), p-158-167, Journal of Indian History , University of Kerala , Thiruvananthapuram, Volume LXXXVIII, Parts 1-3, April,August and December , 2009.
  8. Brahmodesh pratyagoto Bangalir Itihas O Evacuee samasya(1939-1962)’,p-1031-1036, Itihas Anusandhan, Volume 25, Paschim Banga Itihas Samsad,January 2011
  9. Gender Inequality and Patriarchy: The Migrant Women Workers in colonial India, p7-12;Journal of Women’s Studies, Centre for Women’s Studies, University of North Bengal, March 2010
  10. Bengali Diaspora in Burma : Dynamics of political Interactions (1885-1948), p-67-82, Karatoya , North Bengal University Journal of History , March 2011, Volume -4.
  11. Dhimals : Search for Identity and Existence of A Tribe in the Darjeeling Terrain  jointly with Sudip Khasnobish , in Journal of Indian History , Vol-XCI , April, August , December , 2012, pp-191-203
  12. Living in Shadows : A study of the Racial Discrimination and Injustice of the Indian Diasporic Community in Fiji(1879-1987) in Karatoya , North Bengal University Journal of History , March 2012, Volume -5.
  13. Telengana Movement: A Study of Economic Disparity,in The Historical Review , Indian Institute of Oriental Studies an Research, January-December,2013, Vol-XXI,No-1&2
  14. Tracing The Roots : Reflections of Indian Diaspora during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in Indian Historical Studies, Vol-XI, NO-2, April 2015
  15. Zenana Missions and Christian Missionaries: Some Reflections of the ‘White woman’s Burden ‘ and Imperialism in the Nineteenth century Bengal, Exploring History, Vol –VII, Jan-June , No-1, 2015
  16. Towards Emancipation: Reflection of Writings of some Muslim women in the 20th century in Karatoya , North Bengal University Journal of History , March 2014, Volume -7

              Papers Presented in Seminars and Conferences:

  17. Paper presented titled , ‘ Women in Indian Armed Forces: Challenges, Triumphs and Male Response” in UGC National Seminar on Centre of Women’s Studies, University of North Bengal held on 29th and 30th of March 2016.
  18. Paper presented titled, ‘ The shift in the social paradigm: The Rabhas of North Bengal’ in UGC National seminar on Protest Movements in North Bengal through ages: Social, Political and Economic Perspective held on 17th March 2016 organized by the Department of History, University of North Bengal.
  19. Paper presented titled , ‘Women in Protest : The anti-liquor movement in Andhra Pradesh’ in UGC National Seminar on Women in 21st Century : Livelihood , Environment and Sustainability’ held on 27-28 March , 2015 organized by the Centre of Women’s Studies , University of North Bengal
  20. Paper presented titled, ‘Women in Indo-Bangladesh Border: Some Narratives and Experiences’ in UGC sponsored National  Seminar on Women , Patriarchy and Gender: Deconstruction and Reconstruction of History(India and Beyond) organized by Department of History , held on March 13-14 , 2015.
  21. Paper presented titled, ‘ Guns and Shots : Looking Through the Colonial Hunting of North Bengal”, in UGC sponsored International Seminar on Environmental History of North Bengal and Adjacent Regions: Contested Issues and Emerging Perspectives held on 21st and 22nd , March 2014 organized by the Department of History, NBU.
  22. Paper presented titled, ‘ Changing Status of Women in India: Dimensions and Concerns’held on 29-30 March,2014 organized by the Centre of Women’s Studies , University of North Bengal
  23. Paper presented titled, ‘Portrayal of Women in Advertisement in Indian Television’on National Seminar on Women in Contemporary India: Issues and Challenges organized by   Centre for Women’s Studies,  University of North Bengal held on 29th and 30th march 2013.
  24. Paper presented titled ‘Telengana Movements:A Study of Economic Disparity’ in UGC & ICHR sponsored International Seminar on State , Power And Ethics of Governance :The Indian Experiences held on 18th -20th February,2013,Department of History, University of North Bengal.
  25. Paper presented titled, ‘Women issues related to Justice in  transition: Past and Present’inRegionalSymposium jointly organized by Department of Law, Department of Management, University of North Bengal and Calcutta Research Group, Kolkata held on 16th August, 2012 , University of North Bengal.
  26. Paper presented titled ‘The literary and cultural organizations: A study of national awakening in North Bengal’ in UGC sponsored International Seminar on North Bengal: Society, Politics and Cultural Heritage held on 16-17 March 2012. , Department of History, University of North Bengal.
  27. Paper presented titled ‘Immigration of the Bengalis in Burma : Impact on Burmese Nationalism and National Movement (1885-1948),in UGC and ICHR sponsored National Seminar on Interrogating and Exploring Hindustan, British India and India (1556-2000),held on 29-30 April 2011, P.G. Department of History , Malda College, Malda.
  28. Paper presented titled ‘Diaspora and Indian Women’, in UGC sponsored  Seminar on Conceptualizing Women in Development held on 28th -29th March 2011, Centre for Women’s Studies,  University of North Bengal.
  29. Paper presented titled ‘Rabindranath Tagore : His Travels and Asian Oneness’, in UGC National Seminar on Rabindranath Tagore: Investigating His views on Nation, Nationalism and Universal Humanism held on 26th March 2011, Department of History , University of North Bengal.
  30. Paper presented titled ‘ Brahmodesh pratyagoto Bangalir Itihas O Evacuee samasya(1939-1962)’, in Paschim Banga Itihas Samsad XXVI International Annual Conference held on 24-26 January2010 at NBU.
  31. Paper presented titled , ‘ Bengali community in Burma in the post colonial period: Problems and experiences’, in UGC National seminar on Facets of modernity held on 24-25th March 2009, KGTM College, Badgogra
  32. Paper presented titled ‘ Rai Saheb Panchanan Barma : Bhasa o Jatir Parichay’ , in Paschim Banga Itihas Samsad International Annual Conference held on 24-26 January2002 at St. Paul’s College .